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Mickey Rourke has gone under the knife again.
The 65-year-old boxer-turned-actor opened up in an Instagram post about his latest trip to the doctor, this time for a nose job.
“Moments after nose surgery with Dr. Dhir. Now i am ‘pretty again ‘:(lol)… one more to go” he wrote alongside a smiling photo of himself and a doctor with a bandage on his nose. ”I don’t know what day it is don’t even realize operation is over.”
Rourke gave very few details about the procedure and a rep for the star did not immediately respond to a request for comment from People. »
- Char Adams
On May 19, 1992, Mary Jo Buttafuoco was shot in the head on the front porch of her home in Massapequa, New York. The shooter: 17-year-old Amy Fisher, a high school student who was having an affair with Mary Jo’s husband, Joey.
Miraculously, Mary Jo survived the attack. She moved on with her life. She divorced her husband in 2003, and began living a quiet life away from the spotlight — except for the occasional TV appearance.
She married Queens businessman Stu Tendle in 2010 — the same year she released a book, Getting It Through My Thick Skull: Why I Stayed, What I Learned, »
- Steve Helling
Exclusive: In a story that is particularly pertinent as Americans continue to grapple with the issue of gun legislation, Mary Jo Buttafuoco’s life story is being made into an unscripted documentary to coincide with the 25-year anniversary of her being shot in the face by her husband’s mistress. Tent City and FremantleMedia North America just optioned Buttafuoco’s life rights and will develop her life story with her. In May 1992, Buttafuoco opened her front door and was… »
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